Circle for five flutes, composed in 1994, is an exercise in democracy for five performers (see the score in pdf below). Each performer picks their path through a collection of rhythmical phrases. The accidental clashes between the individual lines fuse into a unique, rhythmical flow. By contrast, long, irregular, thick harmonies of the "Shattered" for piano from 1991, lonely, isolated notes, and abrupt changes in register, rhythm and dynamic, explore the poetry of broken things. The... Topics: piano, flutes, flute, quintet, acoustic, aleatoric, broken things, contemporary, classical, chamber... Source: Author's collection of unpublished studio recordings
Nineteenth century brown cloth binding with brown leather to spine. Manuscript inscription on title page: 'Campbell Douglas, from his friend John Stevenson, January 1852.' Further inscription, illegible, inside front cover. Donation from Mrs. Campbell Douglas noted in Glasgow School of Art's Annual Report for 1920-1921 (p. 8) and Governors' Minutes of 29 November 1920. Includes genealogical tables. Engraved frontispiece. Dedication to Baron Sudeley. Printed by Moyes & Barclay, Castle...
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byPowell, Kenneth D.; Pilgrim Church, United Church of Christ (Sherborn, Mass.)
Author's name appears as Ken Powell on cover and spine of book.; A selection of sermons, dated between 1996 to 2004, given by Rev. Dr. Kenneth D. Powell, pastor of Pilgrim Church, United Church of Christ, Sherborn, Massachusetts. Topics: United Church of Christ--Sermons, Sermons, American--20th century, Sherborn (Mass.)--Authors,...